Answer choice are:
A. relationship with the Pre-Raphaelites.
B. return to city life after years as a sailor.
C. friendship with Claude Monet.
D. love of the city of Venice.
Correct answer choice is:
C. Friendship with Claude Monet.
Eugene Boudin became a great era painting all this beach venture. So did others — if the British, later the French upper classes were continuing to tap the beaches, artists would succumb, too, to paint their paintings, do seascapes and earn some cash supporting the sunny-cloudy Norman firmaments. Boudin inspired his young companion Claude Monet to accompany them at the seashore. Monet was 15 years fresher and establishing a distinction in Paris, painting exaggerations in charcoal. Boudin believed Monet could do innumerable.